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Dr. Maryam Fazel spoke with KJZZ about the potential impacts of the new automated service.

Faculty, alumni and colleagues celebrated UA leadership in AzPA at the annual convention in Phoenix!

Each team was tasked with developing a research proposal designed to demonstrate the value of a clinical pharmacist providing antimicrobial stewardship services in a small rural critical access hospital environment.

The project works to improve health in underserved communities through patient self-management and interdisciplinary care.

The college has grown and science has changed over the years. The addition and renovation project is key to further growth. 

Faculty and PhD candidates submit abstracts and posters garnering extensive attention from conference attendees.

The University of Arizona College of Pharmacy has been selected to receive the Corporate Appreciation Award by the Arizona Pharmacy Association (AzPA).

A parent's worst nightmare: Mom's young son covered in a diaper ointment that has poison warnings when ingested. A call to their local Poison Center immediately calmed their nerves. The thirty minute podcast investigates the history of poison control and how it has changed over the years.

College faculty, fellows and students presented 19 scientific posters and talks with several awarded for the “Top 10%."

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Dr. Paul B. Myrdal, an amazing father, husband, mentor, friend, family member, and professor. Paul was an influence to many and he left the world a kinder, more patient, and generous place. Paul passed away on Saturday, May 19th surrounded by his family after a courageous battle with colon cancer.

Student Health Outreach for Wellness (SHOW) held their annual banquet on prior to convocation.

An 'underappreciated gene' leads to a ground-breaking discovery by PhD student in the College of Pharmacy. 

COP team presents posters at a conference, including a gold-award-winning poster. 

Christopher Hulme and his team developed compounds, licensed by the startup Ilumnios, which has the potential to treat Alzheimer's Disease.  

The Class of 2019 receives their White Coats this Friday and prepares for their fourth and final year.